Nearly two weeks after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown the police report has finally been made public.
Since the fatal shooting of the unarmed Ferguson teen people around the country have been speculating why authorities refused to release the report. Now that it has finally been released, people are noticing the glaring lack of details in the report, increasing criticism that law-enforcement is covering for officer Darren Wilson.
The incident report, filed by the St. Louis County police department, contains no new information on what exactly occurred between Brown and Wilson. There are no written details about the event in the actual report. As a result, the officer’s account of what transpired when the two men met that day still remains a mystery.
According to Brian Schellman, a spokesman for the St. Louis County police department, it could remain that way for some time. Schellman says the department doesn’t intend to…
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